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JJ fir a H SEMrWEEKL y INTERIOR JOURNALf VOL XXIX STANFORD KY TUESDAY AUGUST 27 1901 9 A il NO 52 NEWS NOTES A poor Alabama farmer dug up a pot of told worth 20000 Fred Grlnio fatally stabbed Ed Nlch ois also colored ID Danvlllo lIJ Aeher hat been appointed poUraai ter at Skidmore Clay county Yellow lover suspects at Now York are cloely guarded against mosquitoes tfhoraai Cock roll of Jackson made a futile effort to kill himself In Lexing tr toot Jacob Stolen a Henderson county farmer was Instantly killed In a run away During tail season over 30000000 gallons of whisky wero made In this StateMr Sarah Story of Versailles ed 05 and the oldeit resident of that place If deal The dormitory of the Theodore Har rte Institute at Plnovllle was damaged by tire man was killed and one Injured 1bya caveIn at the Spar mines Crltten den county Mr James Aihbrook was accident aily shot and killed by her husband near Henderson Albert Smith a traveling salesman of Louisville was seriously Injured In a runaway near Frankfort William Devore a prominent Hart county farmer was killed by a limb from a tree falling on his bead In a tight on Little Dlrd creek In Hell county Thomas Little aged 70 ifaot William Strong 40 to death James Lyall a wealthy New York manufacturer falling In a faint struck a gas bracket and was asphyxiated New York and Pennsylvania pay members of Jhe Legislature C1600 a year Maine pays them eiW a year Homer Rlchey of Charlotlsvllle Ya shot Dr J W Ucrrod of Galla tin Tonn to death at Dixon Springs There Is a savings bank In New York City which has deposits of 109000000 t and a surplus of more than 17000000 At Eurcka Springs Ark Dr L D Fldler shot and killed James Klzer n former policeman who had assaulted him The coroners Jury decided that the killing of Millionaire Sam Strong at Crlnple reek was without premedlta- tlon Open ail nlght department stores area Chicago novelty Midnight bargain counters will break up many a happy homeOne hundred London ballet and cho rut girls met and discussed means of JI protecting themselves from Immoral managers The Plnevlllo Telephone Company has leased Ito whole system to Nody Starkoy of London who will manage futuroI railroad official do ales the report that the Gould Interests scoured control nl tbo Norfolk and lxbaq railroad James SL Marshall has been or to JofTcrsonvlllo to succeed Lt Col Charles R Barnettasdeputy quar IL IfLermaster general murderers of Mrs Hall and heron In Letoher county wcro granted a change of venuo fro Whltesburg to Plnevllle Tbo Illinois Masons will soon come Into possession of laud valued at 130 000 The property was loft by a for mer member of tbo order A waterspout caused a Hood In Ohio county A number of houses were washed away and much live stock was drowned on Darnctt Creek l The first wife of Brigham Young fa tally stricken with paralysis U hurry ing toward Salt Lake City from Canada at to end her days In the Mormon city Former Goy W O Bradley was elected president of the National Con tolldatcd Oil Company which was or ganized In Louisville with a capital stock of 85000000 Kills M Headloy of Louisville filed two suits of 810000 each for damages against two police officer who arrested him at Paducah during the last cam 4aln on the charge of bribery Chief of Police John McD Ross of Lexington was removed from offico by the board of police and Ore commls sloner and Walter Marshall a lieu tenant on the force was appointed In his place Charles M Hay the rqtlriag president of the Southern Pacific will become i railroad expert for J P Morgan 11 Co Later he will bo made prosl dent of one of the Morgan railroad combinations Charles W Nordstrom was hanged V at Seatlte for a crime committed nearly t 10 year ago Ho wept all morning f and completely collapsed at sight of 1 the scaffold making It necessary to tie him to a board to make him stand upright on the trap door A mob which was battering down tho jail doors at Lebanon In an effort to lynch Dan Horton and Clarence Shlpp the former charged wlththe murder of William MoNear the latter accused of shooting Richard Hordo from am bush was put to light by a slncle po liceman who fired into the crowd o Fourteen persona wore Injured In a collision between a Greenfield Intcrur ban car sail a train on tho belt railroad at Indianapolis Gen Robert William formerly ad jutant general of the United State army died at the Hotel Netherwood near Plat field N J of apoplexy The classes In Zacapiu county relult1orIIIliterallyMiss Maude Coleman Wood who was voted the most beautiful woman In America and whose profile adorn aU tbo medal awarded by the PanAmer ican Exposition Is dead Three Knights Templar are In Louis ville from Honolulu having traveled over 4000 miles for the purpose of giv log Honolulu Commandery No I Its first representation at a Triennial Con Clare A light engine and a local passenger train on the Illinois Central railroad collided near Paducah Ono engineer was killed Six trainmen and three passengers were Injured but none ec rtously A Negro who outraged and murdered a white womau near Winchester Toon was captured and despite assur antes of a prompt trial was taken from the jail by a mob and burned at the stake The Negro confessed his guilt LAND STOCK CROPS ETC W R Cook sold to T A Elbln a small mule for 175 J P Rogers of the East End sold a small lot of new corn at 12 James MoKccbnle bought of M B Scott a pair Of mule for 8200 POlL SALE 8 nlco Southdown bucks C C Carpenter Uustonvlllo Bora matcat Tho Monk In straight heat at Boston Best time 207 J F Cook bought of Will Matheny and Sam Duddorar 01 shoats at 4 40 Registered Berkshire boar strictly tine for tale R H Crow Shelby City Ky 3i It Is estimated that the Texas cotton crop will be a million bales less than last year Ginseng went up to 8125 In Louis villa last week 16c higher than It ever went before Thomas Metcalf bought of W P Glvenl 78 ewes and two Southdown bucks for 81GO Season money le now duo and I will appreciate It if you will settle at once M8 Baugbraan Mat S Cohen sold Jack Spradlin of New York a four year old gelding for 81000 Pontngraph Thoroughbred Berkshire boar 18 month old for sale cheap James Mo Kccbnlc Bubble 2t Modo Nichol of Lexington told ton P Stevenson of Pliuburg Pa for 82800 a pair of brown geldings by Chester Dare Uoftiley Bros sold Saturday to Mode Nichols of Lexington a high actiug roadster gelding for 8375 and a walk tfot horse for 8175 Prlco DrOll sold to Hubble Eu banks of Lincoln 25 mules at 871 and mulme colts at 835 and 810 Uarrodsburg Democrat Jonas Well shipped 500 7 pound iambs purchased of Thomas Henry Clay at Sic He also bought of W S Jones of North Mlddlotown 73 expor- cattle at S and 51c to go this month Paris Kentuckian Of 1410700 Negro hcafis of families throughout tho United 2642SS own their homes and farms and 1140481 are tenants In Georgia alone the No groes have gained posscslon of over 000000 acres of land LANCASTER Conn Tbora wore a number of cattle at Lancaster yester day but buyers were scarco and very few sales were made A small bunch of butcher cattle brought 2Io and some yearlings 4c A number of mule colts changed hands at 817 to 840 andaged mules 875 to 8140 The horse market was dull Dr P W Logan loft at this olllco Saturday some Oklahoma corn which Is very much unlike that raised here The sample of squaw or primitive corn baa grains of every color of the rainbow Call In and get a low grains Dr Logan was considerably impressed with Oklahoma but has no Idea of leav log Kentucky Ho also left samples of the original Russian or Turkey wheat Introduced Into Kansas and known there as Kansas hard wheat It yields from 15 to bushels per aero and weighs 04 pounds to the bushel and having a bard small grain Is much sought after by exporters As this wheat Is well suited Jor very severe climates the doctor advises tbo farmers to try It bore Call at tho I J olllco and see sam plea What most people want Is something mild and gentle when in need of a phys LiverIPablotseasy FOr- 8all by Craig Hocker Druggists x IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES J D Rowland residence at Corbin burped causing a 81500 loss William Roberts of Pine Hill keeps 40 dogs to guard bis premises acqulttedIat Mar shall Col Sam M Boone formerly of Som Moonetale Echo beeboughtPerryvlllo The authorities of Burgle declined an otter of 83000 for the exclusive right to soil whisky in that town The L k N has just completed a large and handsome Young Mens Christian Association Hall at Corbin Tho structure cost 83000 and Iii elo ganlly fitted up Reuben Gentry passed through with three car loads ot choice stock from Blllmore He was on his way to the Buffalo Exposition whore he confident ly expects to win several blue tics Danville Now A bloody battle occurred 20 miles east of Wllllamsburg in which Blake Logan and his two sons and two WII ton brothers were killed by West Maya and George Golden The trouble came up over a woman Charles Holman a late candidate for jailer baa brought suit through his attorney C C Williams against J F Slmms for slander and asks damages In the sum of 85000 Holman alleges that Slmmi charged him In his race with having sold his vote Slmms denies It Mt VernonSlgnal Robert B Craft formerly of London died suddenlr at Manchester where ho waa praetlcTn law Ho complained of be- Ing chilly and went to his room where the landlady found him dead an hour later The remains were taken to Lon don for Interment Mr Craft was a bright young lOan acd a good lawyer The republicans Madison nomina ted the following ticket Saturday for county officers Representative T S Burnam Judge E C Million Attorney E Tuft Burnam Sheriff W C West Jailer George Young Clerk J C Uendrcn Assessor Johb W Moorcs Surveyor James T Boggs Coroner Fred Walker The democrats will defeat the whole layout The stockholders of the Corbin and Burnnldo railroad met at Burnside and the following directors were elected Messrs Woodward Mallon Hubble Donton Klnnalrd Logan and Patter son The officers selected were Sam uel Woodward Cincinnati president L F Bubble Lancaster vice presi dent Guy W Mallon treasurer 051 Logan Lancaster secretary and Jas Denton counsel J P Chandler tolls us tbo following of two Lincoln men who recently de parted this life S D Anderson who lived six miles from Crab Orchard died a few weeks ago at the ago of 09 and his brother Arch Anderson an old bachelor 72 years old who had doted a hermit the latter part of his life and who read the Bible through 80 times died Monday last entirely dcslUulo of everything although at one time ho had plenty of money to lendMt Ver non Signal CHURCH MATTERS Domarcta church Washington county with 15 additions to the Christian church Thorn wero 321 accredited delegates at the Sunday School Convention In Danvlllo 65 counties and 12 deoornlua lions being represented During the sessions of the convention 81012 was subscribed for the purpose of carrying on the work in the Sundayschools dur leg the coming year J B Weaver of Louisville was elected president Tho Interesting meeting conducted by Rev Graham Frank of Philadel phia at tho Christian church closed Sunday night There ware six addl done Including Misses Cooper and Dell Feland who were baptized In the Hanging Fork yesterday afternoon Rev Frank is an excellent preacher and a fine gentleman socially To The Voters of The Waynes burg Magisterial District Being the democratic nominee for the olllco of magistrate In the Way nesburji precinct at tho next ensuing November election I wish to say to all the voters of the precinct that if elected I will locate in the town of Kings vllle whore loan be found at all times ready to attend to any business per taming to the office I wish further to assure thom that the law will be ad ministered without favor or atlecllon and that tho peace and good order of tbo community will bo upheld and that I will not deny or defer to any man either justice or right Respectfully CHAS A SMITH A lame shoulder is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and may bo cured by a few applications of Chamber tins Pain Balm For ale by Craig de Hocker Druggists JEO 7 FARRIS Senator Giibiye T FarrU tbe demo cratic nominee for State Senator In this district composed of Lincoln Boyle Garrard and Casey is well and favor ably known all over tbe State His career as Senator has been brilliant one and In the trying times at Frank fort after the assassination of Gov Goebel bo was a recognized leader A man of fine judgment at all times and very cool headed the stormy times and reign of terror at tbo Capital swerved him not from his lino of duty but made him the more deter mined to do right as be saw right Sen ator Ferris is an uncompromising dem ocrat and has fought for tbo furtherance of democracy since he was a boy He Is a good speaker a gentleman of fine presence and address and what be will do for Burke Cochran the re publican nominee will be a plenty Always on the right side Senator Far re is an ardent admirer of Gov James B McCreary and will take pride In voting for him for U S Senator something that no democrat In Kentucky nan condemn him for Mr Farris family lives at Lancaster but ho is as much at home In any other town In his district and Is very popular- LANCASTER Dame Rumor has it that one of our society girls Is soon to wed Guess whoWheat is slowly but surely advanc leg 00 to 05c being the market here now Miss Tbco Hemphlll entertained at tea In honor ot her guest Mr Lawson Boxley of Cynihlana The Crlstlan Endeavor Sunday eve ning was led by Mrs Dr Burnett in a most Impressive manner Subject Dally Prayer IIMiss Frankie Kauf man will lead next Sunday evening On Sunday evening Rev Leonldas Robinson of tbe Methodist cburch delivered an excellent discourse on Salt Lake City and Its Religion A large and appreciative audience was present Senator George T Farris was heard to remark tbe other day Ob I am not afraid of Cocbran It Is true he will win in one county but I shall win In three This Is the opinion of every democrat in this section Prof J H Patterson and Judge D Hughes are soaring neither time energy nor money In making necessary preparations In order that their entertainment shall bo a success which It U sure to be There are to be 11 entries foundotwo gentlemen bold of a thing ii should be a success in every way Silva Marietta Crow of South Brock Street Louisville Is the charming guest of tho Misses Arnold on Dan villa Avenue Robert Elkin will leave Wednesday for Lexington where he will attend Smiths Business College J R Sims has returned to Richmond after a pleasant visit to Shelby Trlb ble Slice Jennie Lackoy has returned from u visit to Danville friends Miss Lizzle Brown is In Indianapolis for a two weeks visit Miss Bessie Bat on attended the Brodhcad fair Sites Greenleaf of St Louis is the guest of Mrs Emma Kaufman Sire R Brown Crow Is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs A B Brown Mr and Mrs O W Rlgney and daughter Lena have gone to Louisville to attend tbo con slave Miss Smiley of Lexington Is expected this week to visit Miss Mattie Thompson Sties Alllo Arnold visited In Danvlllo last week Mesdames Lan dram and Rice are In Louisville attend leg the conclave MATRIMONIAL Van Chapman 41 married Silos Mer tlo Wilson 15 at Nonesuch Woodford county Tho engagement of John D Rocke feller Jr to Abby daughter of Seen tor Aldrlcb of Rhode Island Is an nouncedRev Peyton Hoge of Louisville a friend of the brides family officiated at the wedding at Kenaosvllle N Cof MUs Mary Lilly Kenan to Henry M Flaglor the multimillionaire who was recently divorced from his Insane wife under the provisions of a Florida stat ute especially enacted for his benefit jjt We Still Have Some Bargains Left And will continue the Closing Out Proces another week Cloth ing at Less Than Cost Choice of Straw Hats 50c IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back if youre not satisfied MILLER HIRSCH Danville Successors to J L Frohman Co Ultras perfect very Pair Guaranteed Perfect In every detail Our fall stock is now in Patent Leathers Ideal patent kid Enamels heavy welt sole patent and plain tips rope stitch sole The very newest things of the season TERMS CASH H J McROBERTS LLUEHAPPV FARMER I IUSES up7f DATE I 1 1 MAWINRY HIGGINS McKINNTDT Stanford I IE RUM SODA j r t Pure Jersey Crean and Finest Fruit Flavors a- tPENNYS lDRUG STORE GO TO W B McRoberts Druggist 1LinseedPaint Neals Carriage Paint l Varnish and Varnish Stains 1 t w THE INTERIOR JOURNAL t E C WALT- ONDemocratic Ticket r For State Senator GEO T FARRIS 1ForRtprtttnlatire F NORTH CowdyJudyehJAb PvBAILEY For Ccuniy CUrk rGEO B COOPER For County Attorney HARVEY HELM For Gheriff M S BAUGHMAN For Atttttor M G REYNOLDS For jailtr- W HERRIN For School Superintendent GARLAND SINGLETON W P WALTON thITHE COUNTY JUDGESHIP In many respects the office of county judge is of more importance and re drpand appoints guardians for children and the trustees and administrators of tiestates and which holds these fiduci aries to the faithful discharge of their trusts it is the court which provides and cares for the helpless poor it is the court which keeps in order the hundreds of miles of our public roads r and the bridges which span our streams it is the court which determines the amount of county taxes and disburses these taxes when collected In fine a county judge to adequately discharge his duties should be pre eminently a man of firmness sense and integrityApropos of theso observations and iofthe approaching election of county officers it is to be earnestly wished that every taxpayer of Lincoln coun ty wlll lf he has not already done so read and carefully weigh Judge Bal leys statement published in last Tues days issue touching the fiscal affairs of the county It is a lucid summary of the financial doings of his adminis tration presented to the people with out parade and with characteristic r modesty It is the unvarnished truth too and a matter of record where every detail may be verified by any one who chooses to doubt and will consult the open pages of the county court order book It was it must be confessed something in the way of a surprise even to the INTERIOR JOUR NAt which always tries to keep in formed as to public matters for we have not been too much used to find in officials that high degree of palnstak ing and intelligent care for the peo tiles interests which a good business man gives to his own We find it here It is indeed a magnificent rec ord of which any official might be proud and it shines all the brighter when contrasted with the feeble and 1m provident management ofcertain of his predecessors Really though this contrast no greaser than might naturally be expected between an ad ministration placed in power by the intelligence character and property of the county and an administration which is necessarily officered by pie counter patriots and discarded democrats and which is representative chief ly of the ideals of our Negro popular tlon All the requirements of his station to which we have above referred have been met by Judge Bailey in a most gratifying manner as we may hereaf ter take occasion to show but the par ticular feature of his administration to which we just now call attention is the way in which It has dealt with tho fiscal affairs of the county In January 1803 when ho came Into office he found our Indebtedness to be 59800 Of this large debt 27000 bore 0 per cent interest and 832800 6 per cent i Of this latter amount tho bonds by their own terms were to run 30 years so that the county however desirous and able to do so could not get rid of tho burden until the end of that period by which time we should have 1rda debt of 84133 not bonded to be paid out of the levy of 1898 Ten thousand k dollars of tho old bonds also fell duo in that year making the debt to be met at the very threshhold of his term 814133 for which not one dollar had been provided Nor had any provis ion whatever in tile way of a sinking fund required alike by the law and the commonest prudence over been made for tho payment at maturity of any portion of our bonded debts In other words tho county had fallen i into the spendthrift habit of living beyond its income and of selling bonds bearing an inordinate rate of interest to meet the deficit and had been buying turnpike roads at what will appear fancy prices when com pared with the prices afterwards paid by Judge Bailey and had been paying for them In the same haphazard way coolly leaving these bonds and the countys credit and honor to take care of themselves as best they might These remarkable methods were promptly reversed by Judge BalleyI we say by Judge Bailey all men know the magistrates who meet only occasionally during theI year at the courthouse have neither timenor opportunity to give more than tho most casual attention to such matters because in point of fact the countyfjudge it the fiscal court In the year 1898 and in every year since the county has lived within its income paying us It went In add tion the debt of 84133 was paid at its maturity in 1893 Another batch of the old bonds 85000 in amount was called in and paid oil in 1900 and tho county treasurer now has 87000 with which to pay the bonds of July 12 18i7 the moment they fall duo All this has been done and the ordinary routine expenses met besides on thoI levy of CO cents to the 8100 for reduced to 47J cents for 1899 and on the levy of 50 cents for 1900 again to 47 cents for the present ear1 Nor is this all By patient and skilful negotiation this administration has refunded all of the county bonds which were Issued prior to 1898 on oflInterestpremium above their face value as to have actually saved tho people more than 840000 in money to say nothing of the saving and enhancing of the countys credit And still more and to crown it all a sinking fund the first in the countys history is estab lished to pay our debts when they become due in which is already accu mutated 813000 for this purpose not idle Itselfbut loaned out and earning interest until tho day it is needed So that under the policy inaugurated and so skilfully carried out by Judge Bai icy tho county of Lincoln instead of drifting fatuously into bankruptcy as it was doing has now its entire in debtedness under contrpl and provid ed for and will in a few if the present methods nracontinuedOD its magnificent system of free turnpike roads and be In a position without feeling it to Macadamise all its dirt roads and owe no man nor bank a dollarSmaller public services than these have been known in this country to send men to Congress or to seat them in gubernatorial chairs Judge Bailey however makes no pretense of being a statesman or a professional Patriot and only asks another term of a rather poorlypald and most la borlous office In which to complete the good work which he has so auspiciously begun There ought not to be any doubt as tothe peoples response Nor from the expression we hear every day does there seem to be any doubt His triumphant election wecan but feel is assured Mr D B Edmiston seems to have shared in this belief forneith er the threats nor the blandishments of tho new republican bosses Messrs Varnon and Menefee availed to shako his prudent resolve to stick fast to his cyclone cellar He has declined to be immolated with thanks and an unso phisticated party of the name of Faulkner in the Highland distrlcthas been discovered and placed upon the sacrificial altar Little is at present known of this misguided man save that for the past year or so he has been diligently qualifying himself for a judicial career by minding the back- door of a stillhouse We shall know more of him doubtless before the canvass ends and Mr Faulkner him self may peradventure be somewhat the wiser THE Burnams of Madison want tho whole thing A R Burnam Is an ap pellate judge C F Burnam la State Senator T S Burnam has just been nominated for representative and E T Burnam for county attorney A father and three tons There is another eon R R Burnam who has not been pro vided for which is probably an over sight of the republicans Possibly they ore saving him for mayor of Richmond WHILE Gov Durbin of Indiana attending the conclave in Louisville this week would it not bo a good Idea to extract from him a promise to honors requisition for Hog Jaw Taylor when Gov Beckhara gets ready to make one It la time Taylor was suffering a little for the death of Gov Goebol Good people are tired of the delay of justice ELOPING couples will hereafter have to seek another Gretna Green Attorney General Taylor has ordered that no more marriage licenses shall be sued in Jeffersonvlllo or Now Albany to nonresidents The traffic in mar laves had become so outrageous that even Indiana could not stand ll longer POLITICAL A poatofflco has been established at Doogola Letcher county with Nancy Day postmaster The political enemies of Collector Sapp do not seem to be so sanguine that he will be removed County Judge Frank E Daugherty of Bardstown has announced for Con tress In the Fourth district THESS i LOUISVILLE STORES Great Closing Out To Quit Business Sale Still Continues t During this sale one dollar will buy two three and as high as four dollarsworth of uptodate merchandise I HERE ARE A FEW OF OUR MONEY SAVERS i IChoice of 300 Ladies Shirt worth 75c and at All our mens fine 75c andI Straw Hats for this sale II 25 Silk Parasols sold at 2 250 and 3 go at I 50c corsets at a great re ductionprices cut in half Choice of 150 pairs Ladies Sample Shoes and Slippers worth to 3 t bs sale only t n Boys 4O Shoesonly 24 I pairs Teft latest toe well made come quicl for a fit wanted to use a saloon as an to their cam paign If a cant get at oce kind of a barl hell take another Robert G Evaaa United States dill irlct for who wee a for the United States Son ate to succeed the late Senator C K Davis died THIS AND THAT Tenn was wiped have been to leave I T raiders have broken out near Teen back from Rome reports the Pope In health aged 06 and Mrs Annie Logan 74 were at from the of Mrs are of the most a miner of Rush was struck by a train In tho tunnel near and killed Gov can not attend the on account of the Mrs along Little river in Trlgg county la pearls of which quite a number have been found tne famous is out of City prison on a to visit his dying Judge SaUfley has circuit court at for a week to allow jurors of the bar and clerks to attend the at L Ponce have built a big whore Mr Pence used to have his brick yard and are hay In it They have several dollars worth of hay In tho county Miss Fleeco who once took part In an con test here died at her home In aged 20 Her mother Is very ill and it is feared tho shock of tho death will kill her Thomas of the Erie rail road to talk about the deal for the of the C H S D but Is New York that the road will pass to the control of the Erie The Monon is not In the combi nation IT HIS BABY tfy baby was sick with the we were unable to euro him with the doctors and as a lest Colic Cholresort we tried era and says Mr J H Dunk of Ore I am hap py to say it gave relief and a cure For sale by Craig A Hocker K 5 39c i 89Ii 98CI 25c II 49c 89ci GUARANTEE ARTICLE ADVERTISED positively It pricethey all at at be go at IThe Louisville Princeton republicans adjunct republican attorney Minnesota candidate suddenly Sunday Tlptonvllle outby ordered Salpulpa Turnpike Goodletteville Cardinal Gibbons excellent Jonathan McCloyd married bedside Beckham McDonald Ashland Instantly Beckham Knights Templar Conclave illnestof Beckham Everybody hunting Hlnahaw Indiana preach erconvlct Michigan tenday parole parents adjourned Lancaster members conclave Louisville warehouse storing bought thousand Elizabeth Bosloy elocutionary Danylllo Sunday morning daughters Chairman declines acquisition believed SAVED terribly diarrhoea assistance Chamberlains Diarrhoea Remedy Williams Immediate complete druggists I Kr1AU2ulltfit C Route to Erlaoger dally during the fair from all points between Cin cinnati and Lexington Ask ticket agents for particulars A lame shoulder is usually caused by rheumatism of tho muscles and may be cured by a few applications of Chamberlain Pain Balm For sale by Craig locker druggists FOR Cottage three room and kitchen Place contain two acre Nice garden Some fruit Situated on Danville Avenue MRS MARY YVIIORTON of yearling Southdown and Shrop ihlredown for sale Also several thousand feet of lumber to trade for horses sheep cattle or hogs flue grass seed for sale L O DUNN Ml Salem Ky OIL STOCK FOR SALE We have limited amount of stock of the MidWay Oil Oas Company that we will per hare this Company hits choice territory located near Cooper within u short distance of an oil well For further Informs tion address K II Bartelle manager or O II Waddle President Somerset Ky Repairing I am prepared to paint and repair your buggv carriage or wagon In firstclass style Experienced men to do It and work guaran teed can have your old vehicle made new for very little money J II GREEK Stanford Ky SPRINGS HOTEL RUSSELL SPRINGS KY Is now for guests Everything Is splendid order the water Is and the shaded grounds present a ploUlint ap utientionthen under 12 years of age 9350 per week For further information apply to W M VAUOHAN BARGAINS I TINS MONTH I have located ut Crab Orchard In Oeo Holmes store near the railroad on Otten helm pike for the purpose of giving you people worth of your money You will always find bargains at my store I am seiling secondhand equal to now also new Clothing and Gents urnlhlng Goods Floe Shoos lists Oaiw etc Hoping that you will not forget to pat ronize me promising you fair treatment I give you a Invitation to visit the Cincinnati Bargain Store Call and seo me when you Come to town We will sell flour and meal from Morris Krcdf Farmers Roller Mills Stanford at prices It sold at the Fachaure CINCINNATI J1AROAIN STORE M REISER Pnoii NegHI 8iand 125 all go at only Mens 150 Shoes coarse and fine go at this great sale at only Mens 15c 4ply Linen ii Collars different styles to select from at the un usual price of 1 175 Pantswe have 75 pairs left and if you want a fit you must come going at only Childrens Fancy Hose worth 25 cents sale price THAT THIS f K IS OH SHOE k to Men and For Sale r I I f I WE AS will close out does not the must be sold Some half price and some less than will All less than half fireNegroes GreenupThe encouraging characterJohn WAREIIOUsECarsoa RENT NOTICEL- ot producing RUSSELL GREAT quality quick We Store in Stanford and Retail Salinger Bros Prors I KlboKld SoftLow Heel A favoriteSEE rice BRANDED EVERY LIVERY STABLE JUNCTION CITY FirstClass Reasonable Traveling 49c 98c I 5cI 98c lOc I t EVERY matter about quick Nothing reserved price Store Painting SMens Cheapest Wholesale General r I Queen Quality The famous shoe 1 for women t This shoe combines style ease and to a degree far superior to all others II l lOur Fall Styles Are Now Open Call And See Them Cummins MoOleir New Goods New And Every Day Is Bargain Day Where You FindiEverything Perfectly Fresl And 1lieW W SAUNDERS t CO Phone 88 110 West Main Street NEW SoW BURRi SN PrcrsI KY Turnouts at Rates Special Attention Hay service Mason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t ttable THE INTERIOR JOURNAL BTANFOItD KY Ace 27 1001 TRY tho Judo Taft cigar for a choice smoko at Penny Drug Store OUR proecrlptlon work le uneurpaee ed Try ui and bo convinced Pennys Drug Storo 7 PERSONALS MRS J E FARRIS It quite ill JOHN DltiaUT JR It convalescing JUDGE W R CARSON U in Louis vlilcGEQ L PENNY U auendlnf lobo Coo olavo MR C P DROWN of Ca oy was here yesterday MR J II ALPORD fe attending the Loulsvlllo Conclave MRS JAMBS F II OLD AM Is visiting relatives In Somerset BORN to the wife of A II Severance on Friday night a ion t MISSES FltBDA AND PAULINE MlSIBR are visiting In Loulivllle MRS E C WALTON and children are at Crab Orchard Spring MnsoAMES PETER STRAUU Jit and August flash are In Louisville JESSBTRAYLOH and wile are enjoy v log the big week In Loulivllle Miss EFFIE HUFFMAN of Lexlng ton U with Mr Al 0 Huffman MISS ELLA MAY NBWLAND has re turned from a visit to Livingston W T MERUHt of Livingston was with the famllyof O J Newland MR AND MRS S M OWENS are at tending the conclave In LouUvllle t MR S S Tow sLFV of Atlanta It with the family of Mr M F Elkin WAVEHLY HAMILTON and wife and Mix Salllo Dudderar are In Louisville THE Advocate says that Dr W B Penny has bought a now dental outfit MISS JOSEPHINE WARREN II visiting the family DrJ M Holjoway at t flLouisvilleMiss ELLEN HALLOU spent several a days with her brother H M Dallou at Lao gutter nON 0 M DAVISON was able to go toCovlngton Saturday after kevcral dope mntu- MnsILEX MARTIN has returned f from a visit to her ton T T Martin In Lexington DR A 8 PRICK who has been HI was well enough to tako a drive Satur day afternoon IlBV W R ARNOLD left yeslerda- for Illneyvllle Hardln county to ss silt In a meeting t MIL WM ADAMS of Pulaskl was hero yesterday long enough to sub scribe for the I J MASTER NED SMITH and sister An ale are with their aunt Mrs Benedict Spalding at LebanoncSIIELTON ton spent Sunday with his mothsy loin Nannie S Sautloy M1ssc8BESSIEANDLUciLE MENE I FEE are taking In the Knight Temp- lar Conclave at Louisville MISsrsLoIsEANDEPELYN EAST LAND are visiting their brother del land Eastland In Louisville MR W H HALL of Washington a C is visiting his mother Mr Bot W Tupman at Hustonvlllo kitie JOHN W MILLER of Lance ter was on yesterdays train en routo s to the Knights Templar Conclave t MISSES MARY AND LIZZIE PORT IAN are visiting their mother Mre J E Portmanin Louisville during the Con slave Miss GEORGIA JONES who has span t sir weeks with her cousin Mrs R E L Slmms returned to Mlddlcsboro t yesterday ATTORNEY MASTEHSON PEYTON of Knoxville spent Sunday with his handsome wife and attractive children at Crab Orchard MRS E P SIKOLD was called homo to Lexington yesterday by the Illness of her husband Miss Annie Sibol returned with her MRS M J MILLER will return to Crab Orchard Springs today She was greatly benefited by her slay then earlier In the season- J F PETTUS of Lebanon will ope a lumber yard at Springfield Mr P- Ie an old Lincoln county boy and wo aro glad to say ho Is prospering MR AND MRS J R STUCK of Liv ingston wore guests of Mr and Mr W Crutchflold Mrs Crutchflold sons Hubert and Claud returned tJ with them MR JOE S RICE wife and Miss Onrnctt left yesterday for a pro tra ted visit to Louisville Buffalo an Chicago Mr W H Pettua will flll Mr Rico place at tho depot In bU ab sence SUNDAYS Courier Journal says that 1Mcsdamcs J M Alvoreon of this place randMastorson Poyton of Knoxville a delightful dutch lunch party at Crab Orchard Springs a few evenings since MR WARREN SHELBY of Jeans Oreh1Je the con lavo In Loulevtll His elates Miss Laura Shelby Is on attractive guest at the springs MR CLARENCE E WOODS of Rich mond Is a popular guest at Crab Orc ard Springs He Is as much loved by the guests there as ho Is by the goodI citizens of his borne town and all of ers who know his sterling qualities t well 1f lb b = IIc typhoidfeverDR J W ACTON and wife of Kings Ville were hero yesterday Miss MOLLIE MERSIION Is taking 10I the conclavo at Louisville REV J W HAOIN Is spending the week with his parents In Shelby coun ty Mns J J MYERS of Hustonvllle Is visiting her mother Mrs F A bier shoo GEORGE M TROTTER of Campbells vllle Is with his aunt Mrs M D El morePROF T E CLELLAND of Junction City attended tho teachers Institute hero yesterday J C McCLARY Mark Hardln Dr W N Craig and J Warren flocker aro In Louisville MRS J S CHRlSMAN and daughters Lucllo will return from Callfor nia Friday Advocate MISSES MARY BRUCE and Nettle- Wray returned from a visit to Mls Tomralo Francis In Garrard LOCALS READ George H Farris ft Cos adII Go TO Jones for school shoes good and cbeapIISCHOOL BOOKS school supplies at Craig k UockerIISEE ourline wheat drill before you buy George H Fannie k CoII YOUR account Is ready Please call and settle at once Miss Llccle Bcaz zoyIISTOCK your winter coal In August and you will save money J H Baujhraan fi CIISOMR aamlted Pratt lake at Crab Orchard iSprlngs and kill cd hundreds of flab FOR SALE2 buckboards 1 buggy skeleton wagon l single set of bar ee double tot John CookII DooSALKDlv Farris or Crab Orchard sold to Robinson of Louis vile his famous softer dog Pat for WO FOR SALEMy residence with six acres of ground where I now live Rasy payments Martha J Vande veerIILADIES Our Fall Stock of Queen Quality shoe Is now open Call and islePrVALUAIILE prpporty with five build Ing lox 160 feet each on Danville Avenue for 11000 Apply to H Drown or H Helm 2t KEEP your eye on Withers Furni ure Store He Is selling furniture wall paper etelat prices th a will please youlMiss SACRAY the photographer will be In Lancaster from next Monda till Thursday evening Go and hay your picture takenIITilt Drakes Creole Baptist Associa tlon begins at Proachertvlllo thi s morning A large crowd of delegates and visitor la expected TilE Warren Grlgsby Chapter of the U D C will meet with Mrs Mary Burch this afternoon at 3 oclock Su ject Llfo of A S Johnston Tin Crab Orchard base ball team waxed the MoKlnney club 6 to 4 at Crab Orchard Saturday afternoon George Florence and Bob Coffey of this place a slttod the Crab Orchard boys while Howard Camnltz and flaw Bishop of HustonvllU pitched an caught for the McKinney nine The game was a most Interesting ono and 10 Innings wore played OPENED His CA tAiONMr W Bi Cochran nominated for State Senator opoocdd at f grounds Saturday afternoon by deliver ing a socalled speech to a crowd com posed largely of Negroes IIls opponent Senator George T Farris was not wannot CRASS ORCHARD SIKINGS This de lightful summer resort Is still enjoying a splendid patronage the register showing 100 or n oro guests There is noelTort at style or fashion but tho people there are getting the best out of life by having a good quiet frcoand easy time The tare is excellcntwhlle the presence of the clover host and dexcellent hostess Is calculated to drlvo the blues away and make ono leaf better and enjoy living the moro WHILE at Plttaburg a month or so ago wo wrotean article stating thatch weae playing In bad luck having strut blackjack to such an extent that the mining of tho coal was not profitabl- and that It would bo necessary for th company to drive another entry Th l Information was given us by Patti who either bad not acquainted the solves with the facts or who pro6abl- bad motives In so doing A Pittabur gentleman in position to know tolls u that wo wero misinformed and that It drivhe soother entry but that good mer ehaatablo coal was being mined by tbo nohin wo voluntarily make this correction reigrettlng that we were led into error j LATEST Improved Superior Grain Drills at Higgins fe McKinneys TilE people are learning that With ers Furniture Store 1a the place to buy goods at right priceIIWE will till your coal douse during the mooch or August cheap for casbI J H Baughman ft CoIIFOR SALE OR REyTRealdenco on Upper Main diagonally opposite the College Inquire of E C Walton MARSHAL JONES ghiJamesVarn- oa charged with stealing a horse in Garrard and turned him over to the jailer at Lancaster Ho located him near Hubble THE conclave In Louisville Is too big a thing to miss and every fellow that can raise the train faro and has the de s Ire to go will visit that city before this week is over trlyet after Sept 2 to the Mfddleaboro fair at one fare The same taco will bo given to Richmond on the soma date on account of the colored lair MR L A FARISS has moved with hi wlfo from Lexington to the placebo recently bought several miles West of Hustonvlllo Ho has opened a store and Is doing a good mercantile bust nose GARRARD dem wera In fla shape and if they dont win everything they go after this tall we will be greatly surprised Garrard democrats like those of Lincoln have seen republican rule or misrule rather and they want no moro of It yesterdayFaulkner for county judge Mr D B Edmlston having declined to accept tbo nomination made some weeks ago All of the republican candidates had a say but for their sakes we will not print their speeches verbatim In tsar we have neither tho heart or Inclination to do such a thing It Is generally be Raved that Mr B B King will accept the nomination for representative which at first he Is said to bavo dcclln cd THE climax In beauty of person and speech will be reached at the Garrard Opera House Lancaster Sept 58 I M when 10 of the most gifted young ladies in Central Kentucky will engage tn an elocutionary contest A band some diamond ring and a gold watt hel will bo awarded to the first and second best Miss Polly Traylor will repre sent Stanford and Miss Sara Wood Lynn Mlllenburg Female College Tueso young ladles will act well thel part and do justice to tho high stan dard of culture enjoyed by our people Admission only 50 cent with the priv to reserve seats without extra coat vTHE Lincoln county teachers yester day selected the following dates for their county meetings as well as their vice presidents and secretaries Crab Orchard Vice President T J North Secretary Miss Virgin Worrel fin et Saturday In October at the Baptist church Wayncsburg Vlco President H S Young Secretary L N Mar Septemberb at dent Miss Kate Bogie Secretary Ail Florence Bibb third Saturday In No vembor at Hustonvlllo Stanford Vlco President Ain Nannie S Saufley soc rotary M O Winfrey second Saturday In December atStanford whitdat the courtbouse with some 05 or 70 teachers present Prof J H Patter son who gave entire satisfaction last year as conductor Is again In charge and Charles North and Mrs M J Cocbran wero elected secretary and as distant secretary respectively Most of tbo day was spent In organizing and the real work begun this morning Supt Singleton mado an interesting talk and the following committees were chosen On program Prof J B Pat terson chairman Jacob Elder H Young Walker Dunn and Miss Ka Bogle on entertainment Mrs Nannlo S Saulley Miss Esther Burch and L R Hughes on resolutions Dr Hlcklo M Mulling and Mrs M J Cochran THE present and prospective count judge of Lincoln James P Ballot hall issued through the INTEHIOUJJOCKNAL a statement of the financial condition of the county which shows that the fiscal affairs havo boos managed In a most creditable and excellent manner by the court over which ho preside and which of course Is democratic Judgo Bailey has made a very superior juekare every effort at reform and retrenchment has theeawakecehimma democrats 1nanorant vote is eliminated will stand by him to a man knowing that good gov ernmcnt alono can come from tho reo sponslblo element of the democratto which represents the wealth and Intelligence of the county Bar rodsburg Democrat GOOD lot of boards on band G U Farrls k CoIINEW tall styles In mens footwear in today J P Jones FOR sale or rent very desirable rest dance on Lancaster Street Good garden lot and stable M F Elkin WE wish to e our profound thanks to our neighbors and friends for their kindness during our babys Illness Mr and Mrs J T Jones Tire L L N will sellroundtrip tickets to Cincinnati at one tare Sept 0 10 and 11 account the Annual Colored Baptist Convention Tickets limited to Sept 20 AlKEN Mrs Helen Alken the aged mother of Cap Aiken died at his homo near the water works and was burled at McCormacka church She was a good Christian woman and her death is generally regretted BRING your job work to the INTE RIOR JOURNAL We will duplicate the lowest rates and If necessary go below them Our facilities aro unsurpassed and our foreman cannot bo beaten In taste and excellence of work Como and eeo us TILE Board of Trustees of Stanford Female College announce that Its president B J Pinkerton will open that Institution on the 2d day of Sep cornep dent J Bright SecretaryII TILE five months old daughter of Mr and Mrs J T Jones died of cholera in tantum yesterday afternoon and will be burled in McKinney Cemetery at 3 servicesypatby is toll for the parents in their loss TUB Brod head lair had a large crowd Friday and the show of stock and races were the best of the meeting Good order prevailed throughout everybody had a good time and most of those who were fortunate enough to bo present are sorry that the exhibition Is over A good dividend will bo declared and some of lobo clearings will go toward improving tbo grounds Following are somo of the awards of Friday Horse colt Frank Miller saddle or harness stallion Tom Napier saddle more or gelding Jesse Dykes running walker Bud Dunn combined ring Bud Dunn fancy harness ring Len Shannon mod ring Len Shannon sweepstake ring W M Hughes first J E Fannie second fancy turnout J H Dunn and Miss Hilton first W W Saunders and Miss Goodal second fan LurOBannon first Wallace Cover and Miss Slaugh ter second prettiest baby file Payn tor flrst W M Fields of this county second Tho trotting raco was won by Mack Hughes with J H King second and Cochran third R H Bronaugh captured the running race with C C McClure second and Scott Farris third The mule race was declared off The track was very muddy and heavy and no records were smashed although the time was good considering everything PUBLIC SALEI atIof McJlnnoy on the lfcllnnoy and Mt Sa few pike on Saturday Sept 14th 1901 My farm of 103 acres well Improved with commodious residence The outhouse are numerous and In good repalc Farm U In fine state of cultivation and Is well watered 0and fenced I will also sell a lot of person ally consisting of horses cows yearling cattle calves hogs sheep Ac A field of about 21 acres of corn will also be sold ofhouseholdwagon and spring and farming 1m plements Terms mado known on day of sale MRS IIIISCILLA DIIOWN llyaNONE BUT GENUINE I handle Dcertng Harvester Extras and JenulneUnlethem you may know they are not genuine lustoorlllutoFARM FOR RENT A nice clean farm near Cedar Creek tatlon on LIt N containing 147 acres InyW T TUCKER s60 Round Trip Via The From DanvilleTo Account G A R Encampment Sept 1014- W C Rinearson 0 P A Cincinnati BARGAIN PRICESIn I Paints For THE CASHJAfter the rain has washed your house is the best time to Paint We can Save i you money if you will call CRAffG NCLKIKO p I I The an Stock of in in Stock We For For 1 t Ice Chests t see our We also carry Stoves and full r Also Salt Lime JOHN BRIGHT JR A of Hosiery Direct from the mills and sold without the middle mans profit Misses seamless black ribbed hose guaran teed twothread double knee heel and toe price 10 cents Boys bicycle guaranteed full size double heel knee and toe prie cents Ladies seamless ribbed Lisle 15c l The above goods are absolutely fast and will give better service than those you have been getting elsewhere at 25c F JOHN P JONES BetterThan Ever The new fall line of Zeigler Bros shoes for ladies and children We have all the new lasts and leathers Our225O and 3 shoes are as good and stylish as be made You are never disappointed when you buy Zeiglers ShoesF- or splendid Severance Sons B UGGIES UGGIES UGGIES Largest cst Selected Vehicles Central Kentucky Wo have Now 150 Ranging In Price from 25oo To 50000 Claim to Retail Buggies Less Than Some people Pay Them jTinw811 Hardwaretl lWoodenwareChinaware Refrigerators Freezers OperaHouse tNewjStovesRanges and Cement CO Case 20 finish black Stanfrou can GocdmansCome Vehicles Our rt ysellr1thanKentucky Our LIncolnICounty friends aro especial ly invited to look our stock over Bruce 8 Bright Danville a ITHE INTERIOR JOURNAL Entered n the poitojflce at Stanford at iconddati matter asaaFzaigb1ShaTuoSay la v u a 1 PER YEAR CASH ar When not sopaldfflSOO will titcharrtd MONEY TO LOAN In sums of one thousand dollars nlid over on farms only at a per cent Long time and easy payments W A TIHBDLE i 3mStanford Ky A 8 PRICE I BurgeonDentist Stanford Ky Otioeavn MeltoberU Drug Stors In tnt Utriltj I Ualldlcf R A JONESDENTIST Stanford Ky Office over Ittggins A McKlnneys Stan Telephone No 48 McKinney Roller Mill J B McKINNEY Prop UoXinnsv K9 rMako nod keep constantly on hand tbe st of Flour Slilpstutf Bran Chic en Feed tc Prices very reasonable Cu tom grinding a specialty D V Kenned Miller Executors Notice I i The creditors of D W Vandeveer deed are herebuy notified to present their claim against said ectato by Sept 1001 duly r proven us required law All perso owing estate arc requested to settle This 9th of July 1101 MARTHA J VANDEVEER Executrix of the will of ft W Vandeveer FOX LOGAN LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILLE KENTUCKY horses and Mules constantly on hand and for sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager FARM FOR SKL6I Containing J9S acres two miles south of k McKlnnny on Mlddlcburg 175 acre under fence and 165 acres cleared Has two dwellings with necessary outbuildings to both and well watered Can be sold In two tracts of about equal amounts or as a whole For further Information call on or address J g MOBLEY McKInney Ky HaL RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods WarrantedFit h Give Him a Call r Lincoln CountyNational Bank Capital Stock 1100000 Successor to The Farmers Bank A Trust Corapan and under same management coutlnu 0111 r for M Years Solioits Your Bank Account k loping such boslnns relations will prop inutua ly beneficial and plea tDIUTOHS J B Paxton JII Oer Sr t JNA1rCarpenter W ILCumulns J K Lynn S II Shanki i J F Cub J B Owslcy i OFFICERS 8ll8hanlttlresldenl I U Owiley abler M Urlfht Ant Cash FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD KY CnjilUlStoek 150003 Surplui 110000 This Institution originally established u the Vt jiosH Bank of Stanford In then reorganized at th National Hank ofStaalord In 1865 andagati sorganlied as the Flnt National flank of Stanford n 1882 has had practically an uninterrupted exist nee for years It Is better supplied now will facilities for transacting batnmr promptly and etally than erer before In Its long and honoiab career Accounts of IndlTlduali fiduciaries IndltldualisollcltedDinicToas PSeldLlnol0Co1 JW Haydtn Stanfur SThsrrir suBaughmsnI J 8 liocker TP Hill TVP Walton W A Tribble It JUColUerCrabOrchdJaItoldnsoaDubkle MDElinore8tinfjrd IorrllU JSiUocker President J J McEoberU Cathl Valuable Property For Sale I men to sell privately my dwelling and lot at house is a com fortable one and there on the lot a store house blacksmith shop and tenant boueo Outbuildings ore numerous nnd In re- pIlr A PI1 to me for terms and a further description propertyMU3 E IIAILKY Turnersvllle Ky ERDILLEHAY DANVILLE KY Manufacturer of PRICKiAnd Lime Cement o c WrIte For Pri- cesMONEY Life Insurance policies bought or money loaned on them to J S GWLEY JR Stanford When writing enclose stamp for reply TO PROPERTY OWNERS- For fair and liberal adjustments of beets I recommend to all property owners Home of Oa Inrep and adjoining by lurllnce Jesse Company of Stanford New ItreprOn May tT 1 Insured my property In the above com panr and lost my property by Ore June 1e settled with me rompttyandllberalV Respectfully OEO O DAVIS DR G GOLDSTEIN Eye Specialist of Louisville will be at Veranda Hotel Stanford Sept 18 and 10 on1 Eves examined and glasses scientifically adjusted Office hours 0 a m to 5 p m Farmers Roller Mills 6TAKF03D xv MORRIS FRED PKOPBIETOR t desire to announce to the public that am ready to do any and all kinds of grind- Ing and that I win at all times furnish the best o- fFlour Koal Sfcipstuff Chickon Food Etc and I solicit alowest pricesAt the very share Of Dour patronage to glvo the best result Dont forget meyou tbat I need yourIbut bear lu mInd alwal MORRIS FRED Prorpatronage Drs Slaving Phillips OSTEOPATHISTSW- ill be In DanTllle Wednesdays and FridarIWill be In Stanford Tub Thursdays and Sat Offlcs In the P nnlnton BalldlnilStanfordO lIoe hours 9 to 12 x Ito4rn OSTEOPATHY This Science originated and developed br Dr theA T Stili or Klrkl Mo noand Phyilolojy oits prlnciplet of Anatomy nodrug no rubbing cult no surgical operations and claims fling luper natural m a as a machineell partakkeynote Is adJutlU improperly and not ojenrorkwl It NervousSomeofPr tratlon tiakAEyessGrenulatted Lids Goitr- eHeartunr t ru sad ContlpatlooI Enlarged Proitjatal blow Piles and Inteitlnaf trouble Diseases of lone not- JinU act Dlilocationi noiorAux Incontinent ofParalysis Dteax a specialty Consultation FJttIJ+ G + Mc LMY U1WEflTA1EBManufacturer SAE1TESS SADDLERY 0 Stanford Ky BEAZLEY HAYSQ- NDERTASERS DEALEM me Furniture MattiuRsRugs And Wall Paper They will Exchange Furniture lor all kinds of Stock Give them a call Prices right TANFORD KENTUCKY MIDDLEBURG Scbool Ispropresjlnj nicely at Mid dloburp Normal College The prOd pccts for a large attendance during tbo winter term are must tlatterlu A protracted meeting will be held at the Christian church beginning early in September Rev Logan Godbey succeeds to the pastorate ot the M l church made vacant by the death ot the late Rat Purdom The oil excitement bee Rituclc Ca4ey county and proper development may outrival Wayne county Deposits o coal tdroucbnut various toctlone of the county aro ales thought to bo very rlrb but which will never be determIned until the baud of progress takes hold AD Epworth League has been orga Izcd at the bL E church at this plnco and it li hoped that great good will come from tbo grand organlzatlo Rev Logan Godbey was the Icadlt spirit of the organlzitlon The E L- Ie a Christian society and will not bo confined to any sect and It is to bl hoped that all young people who have the interest of humanity at heart will take membership and success will bo assuredIt rained here every day for Dearly two weeks Fields and pastures that only a short time ago were part ed and seemingly beyond resurreciloi are now wearing a carpet of verdure Wo will have fair corn crop and wltb a fairly good fruit crop we have no se rlous cause for complaint The late rains have brought tobacco out woe derfully and a fairly good yield is lon fidently expected The water mill here ground a couple of days this week tbe first grinding in several weeks A goodly number of the representative citizens of the various parts of thi county are petitioning our count judge lot the privilege of voting OD free turnpikes In Casey county and It Is almost a sure thing that the ques tlon will be voted on at the coming November election and If we are not bad ly oil the free turnplkers will win by a large majority The mood people of Casey and adjoining counties as well are tired of paying toll on roads the are far behind those In counties ID which the people voted free pikes The present toll system has been barrier to the progresr and develop ment of Casey county from the day hat her slater counties did away wit ibe toll gate system Casey democrats ve tickled over tbe lomlnailon of Mr Cochran by the rad for Senator Mr Cocbran Is a clever man but he never saw the Jay that be ould eclipse the great Farris wheel of larrard who has a greater bold on the Casey democrats than Mr C has or tbe local G 0 P The Liberty mat can not hope for any assistance at all utslde his own party and as this is hit ebut on the political stage the good people of this district If we mistake hem not will hardly turn their back- OD one whoso every effort has been put to the betterment and advancement ol our people end State A more loyal democracy than that of the Casey Ilk- dbes not exist and we promise the boye- of Boyle Garrard and Lincoln that II they will only do their part that the eolectlon of Senator Farris is assured Tbe majority of Casey democrats favor Gov McCreary for U S Senator to succeed that miserable misfit Deboe M W Jonee the peoples candidate Ie making a clean and honorable can van for judge and the outlook is very ncouraglng A CAUSI cot REJOIOINO There are living In tbls county quite a umber of teachers and other prominent citizens who received their education within tho walls of tho National Normal Unlversl tf at Lebanon Ohio All of these have n very warm place In their hearts for this fa urns Institution nnd we are sure they will rejoIce to learn that the outlook for the university far the coming year Is very right Indeed Many Improvements have been made and a faculty has been tbllt Is probably superior In education and In teaching ability to any that the schools had for years put The Institution tit hare at Its head Irof J Oscar Urea nn educator who after spendingseveral years In Normal Schools bas taken special In the Ohio State nlverslty In and In Yale receiv- Ing from tho latter the degrees of A It and MAOraduutesfrom this Institution can be found In all parts of the land engaged In every occupation They attribute their recognized success not alone to the lorough education and practical common aense equipment which one U to gb taln at Lebanon but also to the energy IInd- spirit which are Instilled Into everyone who thus school While the training of teachers It an portant work of the school and has given an reputatlor yet In tho mLny other departments are sustained- ung men women are prepared by tho- best methods for every business profs sianThere Is probably not another school In eland where so many superior udvan taltes can be had In the time and for the mil amount of money The tuition Is 88 Ilor session or 833 for tile year of 40 weeks Oood board can bo had for 8150 week The school Is located In the beautiful lon of Lebanon and since It was ettab IIshed thero In 18S3 has trained moro than students To anyone seeking an education we would recommend this Institution A catalogue can be had for the Ask- Ing a Born to WP Winton editor of the arrodsburg Democrat on the 13th 10stB semiweekly It was In lull- dress and as lively as Its mother the lady who has been giving tho public sound democratic doctrlno for the past two months The new advent Is a perfect counterpart of the parent sop vbatlt will do for those not walking In- tbat straight and narrow path will be An automobllq Is on exblbl fair which opened yester IsuI11Clent If she were hero we would upon the front seat and let assembly view the handsomest rnout Columbia News IN MEMORIAM Mr Sarah Cook died at berhome onI Dlx River In Lincoln county lt 00 Aug 7 ISS8 Her maiden namo was Sarah Robinson and she was born In Garrard 8 1S03 laokln only one cDuntfAuI 83 years old Sbe was the last survivor of n fatally of 10 children five sons and fie dau htcrs She united with the Christian churc about the year 1S27 or 28 and was in mersed by Elder Vm Stlrman vbo was one of the greatest pioneer prcact ers In that day Her two children eui vivo her Mrs Dr Wm Huffman of Lancaster and Mr S R Cook whc with his family resided with her to mourn their loss but they mourn IIOt as those who have no hope forsbo died as she had always lived In the trlumpl of the Christian faith and In the bleu cd assurance of a blissful Immortality Twould bo a sweet thought to tblDk that the end shall come to us all as to her without pain In the evening of her days and the rest that shall como to the soul and in the Infinite tender tress of that voice as It whispers Fear not I will be with you my rod and my siaff shall comfort you Deceased was an earnest and zealous Christian ei- erllng a godly Intluonce upon all wit whom she came In contact lIar dlspc- slilon was most amiable and she bad very meek gentle and quiet spirit Sbe was a devoted and an Indulgent ret wise mother Her fondness for ber children was proverbial her prcsenc at all times carried sunshine with it and her loss will be most deeply felt by those who were with her most and know her best Her lire was ono of selfsacrifice actuated by the spirit of the Master whom she served and WO tbllllUepreparation for that life upot which she bat now entered In thai heavenly home nut she has gone u join that Innumerable throng In thai home not made with heeds eternal Ic the Heavens The faithful servant of a loving Master has been called to her glorious reward A C R The Frencbbarg News U a little paper but It contains the biggest fish No ever read Here It ti A one armed man living near Falmouth who has a sharp pointed book In lieu of a land one day last week while asleep In a boat on the Licking River allowed his hookbaud to fall over the side of the boat A minnow came abet and was Impaled on the end of the hook While It was struggling a 3pound bass made a rush and was also Impaled Tb iwnerof the band was aroused fron lie sleep and succeeded In landing the bau which he enjoyed heartily lot upper that night Fair Dates Shelbyvlllc Aug 24 days Mlddlesboro Aug 293 days Bardstown Sep 35 days Russell Springs Sep 34 days Ellzabethtown Sep 104 days Bowling Green Sep 105 day Springfield Sep 114 days Glasgow Sep 184 dare Louisville Interstate Fair Sep 23 12 days London Eng has 60flee of saloons nDd every week 3000 ore convicted of runkenness There are In London 0000 people who have utterly aban aced themselves to drink and 10000 of these are under 18 years of ego There li wore Catarrh In this section of the euntry than all olbcnllmue together sod Dntll thlut few years was lUpiouM to be In tat able For a great m ar yen pronoutur 1 a local dieaaant prxwrlhH local rrmmo and by constantly falling to curs with such Idles mnt prcDouncrd It Incurable rirUnremt oven catarrh to la tonitllullonal ll eair hs s union rfUirt oonitltuilonsl treatment Halls such Cure manufactured by J Cheney tCo Toledo Ohio ulbonly roottluilonal cur on market it Is then Internailyltn dart om10drops to a teaspoonful llirutererilron Ibe Mood and tuu out surfarn ol the 171 tin They olfer one bumlrwl dulUrs for any mu t tills tUte Send lor dlttJlars and tmimonlals Address J CHhNJiV ToIMo U Sold by dranlil Halts FamilY rills theletII Queen tl CrescentRoute its connecting lines the anAmerican Exposition BUFFALOMay lat to Nov 1901 Excursion rates andtpcclal service will to announced The Ian American the greatest American Expos ition slnco tho Worlds Fair Imposing architecture wonderful displays special features dazzling Mid- wayNIAGARA FALLS Only II minutes Exposition A Fro Reclining ChairQw howl sireela- ra t sue aw 0 nw r u tew tooketJnr w 0 LlattwogaU i and to I let train later Get Rich I Others have done so why cant you Deposit your monor with the t It TilE AYETTE INVESTMENT 0 OFIILEXINGTON KY ItTioro It will be safe anti Increase While You Sleepe JESSE M ALVERSON Local Agent Stafford Female College+ e A Christian Home School for the higher education of girls and young ladles Has all the grades of the best city graiuiaarlschools and in addition the full regular courses of study of the best female colleges In the I tale Four departments of study Literary and Scientific Music Art and Elocution Thorough Instruction In all department by competent and experienced teacher Tho next annual session will open Monday September 2 Tuition tees range from 110 to 125 per term of 20 weeks Board tuition In literary courses and music SO weeks 1100 For catalogue address IB T PINKERTON aprin J Stanford Ky State College of Kentucky s The Agricultural and Mechanical State College College of Kentucky offers the of viefollowingcourses Chemical Biological Mathematical Normal School Classical Mechanical Engineering Electrical Engineering Civil Engineering each of which extends over four years and lends to a degree 1mtgraduate courses of study are else provided leading each to a miller degree Each course of study Is orxnnlicd under a separate faculty The s general faculty numbers more than thirty wtifesors And Instructors COUNTY APPOINTEES receive tuition room rent In dormitory luel and lights and if they remain ten months traveling ce The and museums are large well equipped comprehensive and modern The lot legislature appropriated 30000 for a college home for young women end a drill hall has been provided for men Military tactics and science are fully provided for as by Con crest Graduates from the Mvcral courses of study readily find excellent 0101 lions and liberal remuneration The demand Is largely in excess Ability of the college to supply Lost year the matriculation list was 620 r for catalogues method of obtaining appointments Information regarding courses of study and terms of admission to JAMES K PATTERSON Ph D LL D resident Fall torm begins Soptombor I I9OI LrxtsOTOC Ky Good Bye Stanford Great Removal Sale of the Racket Store Vc have decided to move from Stanford to the East Now will to your last chance to buy fall and winter goods at prices never heard of bcforo Utshuiercs worth 35 per yard removal sale 17J cashmeres worth 25c removal gala price lOc worse tads worth 60c removal sale price 2JcItr yard dress goods worth 76c removal ale price 84c patent roller shades and fixture At Sft lace curtains at 4c a pale ma chine thread 2 spools 6c hair pins 3c a cabinet elastic webbing 21c per yaro la r lies collars 2c towels Oc a pair worth 20c buttons dor fur 60 all sizes silk thread Ie spool laces embroideries ribbons all kinds of dry goods and notions at 33Jc on the dollar Clothing ma3o for the fall and winter of ltMl and IWXt Mens 15 suits for 1218 110 aiiiti for 1448 116 suits for 10 OS 1875 suits for iSPS mens all wool pants worth 82 a pair removal 74o knee pants at Me n mens vercoats from 1 100 to 18 WIworth double suipcnders 80 a pal boys shirts 8c anti thousands of other we have no pace to mention Sale will begin Tuesday Aug 27 1001 and continue from day to day until everything Is sold Mouse and lot for salo also horse surrey cow spring wagon and binder The Racket Store Stanford 4Prices Low JACOB CiNSBURC Proprietor I LampstI 150 Lamps at 100 175 Lamps at 113 200 Lamps at 145 300 Lamps at 213 GEORGE H FARRIS CO Wo Will hake In Exchange Pot Buggies Carriages Buckboards Farming Implements Harness c t Live Stock of All Kinds Corn Wheat Otts liny Rye Vfcc nt highest market prices Carson Pence Stanford d MADISON INSTITUTE RICHMOND KY- A FirstClass Hoarding School For Girls JW McCARVEY JR Principal ten teachers who were educated at the leiiIln Institutions of America andFacultyof made brilliant records us Instnictort every ono a specialist In liar Oe artnent MusIc exceptionally stroll School apparatus and equipment excellent Goad table taro No fussy teachers illustrated led tree free tho principal on his recent trureU In Egypt Palestine and Europe De Ichtf ul and healthful location only one serious cute or sickness In 12 years Prices no ilgher than other firstclass schools nor than many Inferior ones Send for catalogue 5 te